Craft wine

In France and Italy, very common is the term vigneron/vignaiolo, meaning a person who cultivates a vineyard and makes wine from it. In Bulgarian, the closest word would be a "winemaker". 

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What is an artisanal or craft wine?
In France and Italy, very common is the term vigneron/vignaiolo, meaning a person who cultivates a vineyard and makes wine from it. In Bulgarian, the closest word would be a "winemaker". Unlike organic and biodynamic wine that can be made also by large wineries (Biodynamics to a lesser degree, as its correct implementation is difficult to follow on a large scale), artisanal wine is made only by small producers. It may be organic/biodynamic, as it may be or may not be, it is not included in its definition. Craft wine suggests a strong link between the winemaker, the vineyard and the wine, the quantities are limited, and the wines have a personal appearance. Many of the world's best wines are made by wine makers in small craftsmen cellars. Nearly all of them apply natural methods of work in the vineyard and the cellar, with or without certification, convinced that by listening only to Nature and Terroir, wine turns into music.